Stuff You Should Have Seen – last week

This week’s richly entertaining and informative collection of insights, opinions and caterwauling from online resources about mobile tech, business, trends and sociology – for last week, June 10-16.

We’ll get to this week’s installment of things that you should have seen but first: Go register for the July 10th LAVA Annual Meeting.  And then go to linkedin and let your connections know you’ll be there.  Go now, we’ll wait.

OK – welcome back and onto the show. 

Priming the pump – Phys.org

Mom, can I borrow your phone – Mobile Payments Today

Greener grass? – All Things Digital

Texting in the Boy’s Room – Education Week

Verizon’s doing this for your benefit – LA Times

Sharing is Caring – Tech News World

Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence – BusinessWeek

WD forecast – cloudy with chance of entertainment – ComputerWorld

Defibrillator – Business Wire

CA Penal Code 647 – ReadWriteWeb

Privacy Stakeholders Welcome – ZD Net

Siri – were you greater than Apple  – Know Your Mobile

Putting First Responders First – PC World

RIM shot – Information Week

I’m frugal, not cheap – Daily Finance

OK – I’m cheap – ZD Net

6 is not enough – Forbes

8 is not enough – CIO

9s, 10s, 12s – Venture Beat

Well it looks like a solar powered pencil! – All Things Digital

Mashing the Throttle – Tech Crunch

And if you need to, you can make a call with this phone – GigaOM

WWDC Sauce – LA Times

A carat a day – CNet

Laptop connects anywhere, anytime – PC Magazine

TMI – Mobile Enterprise

 

Enough for this last week. 

The Stuff You Should Have Seen – last week is a compilation of articles, opinions, stories of interest to the mobile community presented by LAVA Mobile – a Strategic Interest Group of the Los Angeles Venture Association.  LAVA Mobile is generously sponsored by E&Y and Gumiyo.

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